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Students should measure the risk of dropping out of college to become an entrepreneur.
With the rise of Facebook and Twitter, athletic departments challenged to monitor athletes.
Sophomore Heba Abdelgader is constantly worried about the dangers her family faces.
It took the people of Egypt 18 days to unseat their former leader, autocratic President Hosni Mubarak, but it will take many more before the protestors get what they want: a true democracy. The Egyptian revolution has just begun and many questions remain unanswered. Led by no one in particular, organized through social media sites […]
Facebook users might gain more satisfaction if they limited use of the site.
Crafting an image has become an vital part of the Facebook experience.
All tickets began campaigning online at midnight.
One of the most fascinating aspects of the quasi-revolution currently taking place in Egypt is the way protestors are organizing themselves. Over the weekend, The Daily Beast reported that many of the demonstrations have been organized by an unknown individual operating a dead man’s Facebook page. The operator is known by the name El Shaheed, meaning martyr. This […]
USC students must capitalize on the limitless opportunities to build long-lasting connections.
Facebook users need to be aware that policy agreements are changing on a daily basis.